Meet our Park Runners!
Open to all, Victoria Dock Park Run was started in 2018 by WSF and is open to runners of all abilities!
Aaron works as Community Relations Ambassador at London City Airport.
He credits his experience at the youth club for helping him prepare for the world of work.
Grace is a local mum and a regular at our Zumba classes.
She says they've really helped boost her confidence.
Meet Sam and Lina
Sam and Lina are a young couple who moved to Britannia Village in 2017.
They've been involved with a number of our activities ever since!
Suhaila is a local teenager.
She's been a member of youth club since the beginning of 2018 and is now also a volunteer.
Jayne, a local mother of three, has lived in the area for 13 years.
She's been involved in a range of activities over the years, and says they've had a big impact on her life.
Welcome to the West Silvertown Village Community Foundation! Born in 1995, we are a resident-led charity that has been working with you to build an inclusive and healthy community in West Silvertown ever since. In fact, we are the only charity serving the whole community in our area.
Keep in touch - Please sign-up to our mailing list here.
Our mission is to work together with local people to build community and enrich lives through shared opportunities for participation, inclusion, learning, generosity and good health.
We manage Britannia Village Hall and the Royal Wharf Community Dock the only two community centres in West Silvertown. These are welcoming, accessible and inclusive spaces, open to all!
2021 Impact Report
We’re so excited to share our impact report for 2021, a year of growth for WSF as we have worked to build community beyond the challenges. We look forward to you getting involved over 2022!
Download a PDF copy of the report using the link or view it below.
We’d love to have you get involved, whether you’re...
• A local resident interested in joining one of our regular activities
• An individual or group interested in hiring our great community centre facilities
• Anyone interested in supporting us – through financial giving or volunteering your time
• A local organisation with ideas on how we might partner together
• A local resident already involved with us who wants to give feedback or share an idea!
Our Britannia Village Hall community centre and Royal Wharf Community Dock are home to a varied and growing programme of activities for local adults, parents with young children, youth and community groups.
This includes a youth club, parent and toddler activities, community meals and celebrations, fitness and wellbeing activities, English classes and almost everything in between!
There's something for everyone, so why not check out our current programme and come along?
Hire our facilities
Are you looking for a venue for a family celebration or a space to run exercise classes? Or are you an organisation needing an exhibition space or a meeting room? We can help you to host these activities – and many more.
Our facilities are available to all for hire at affordable rates. We love to see our local community groups making great use of them!
We welcome donations, as one-off gifts or regular giving.
Or if you have a little bit of spare time for a good cause, we often need new volunteers.
And we’re always pleased to hear from local groups and organisations with ideas on how we might partner together.
Are you interested in helping your local community? Then please consider supporting us!
For 11-19 year olds.
For more info email Maryam at info @capa.org.uk
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Thanks to Britannia Education Trust for contributing to the coaches!
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10am-12pm at Royal Wharf Community Dock, open to all secondary school aged young people.
For more info email info @capa.org.uk
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